The Church of St Michael (Framlingham, Suffolk) Reviews
Description:Address: The Rectory / St Michael's Close / Framlingham / Woodbridge / IP13 9BJ Suffolk
Newest Review: ... I did I waned to know more about the story! The church is just off of Framlingham's main street and no more than a five minute walk from the casle itself. It is an old church (with the current building dating from the 16th century) and is absolutely beautiful. The grounds outside are very well kept and there is a war memorial surrounded by flowers that looked fantastic when we visited in ... more
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by - written on 12/08/12 (Useful, 27 readings)
I had never heard of this church before and had no idea of it's royal connections and place in history before we visited. We visited S Michael's after visiting Framlingham Castle where the church was mentioned in the musuem part as being the plave where Henry VIII's illegitimate son was buried. I didn't even realise he had an illegitimate son up to that point, but once I did I waned to know more about the story! The church is just off of Framlingham's main street and no more than a five minute walk from the casle itself. It is an old church (with the current building dating from the 16th century) and is absolutely beautiful. The grounds outside are ... Read the complete review
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